Fiber Based SGrid Construction.

in: Proceedings of the June 2001 Gocad Meeting

Abstract

The goal of this paper is to present a new SGrid building approach, based on the latest advances of the Parametrizer 3D work ([Cognot 2001a], [Cognot 2001b]). Although this is still very much to be considered as “work in progress”, the preliminary results are very encouraging, and show that this new approach will quickly evolve into a new, powerfull and extremely flexible method for automated SGrid building in complex cases. Special care has been put into removing some of the most important limitations of the current, extrusion-based methods, so that not only small changes in topology between reference and target horizons may be handled properly, but also in attempting to tackle the issue of Y-faults in depth.

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    @INPROCEEDINGS{Cognot2001a,
        author = { Cognot, Richard and Mallet, Jean-Laurent and Souche, Laurent and Massot, Jérôme },
         title = { Fiber Based SGrid Construction. },
     booktitle = { Proceedings of the June 2001 Gocad Meeting },
          year = { 2001 },
      abstract = { The goal of this paper is to present a new SGrid building approach, based on the latest advances
    of the Parametrizer 3D work ([Cognot 2001a], [Cognot 2001b]). Although this is still very much
    to be considered as “work in progress”, the preliminary results are very encouraging, and show
    that this new approach will quickly evolve into a new, powerfull and extremely flexible method for
    automated SGrid building in complex cases.
    Special care has been put into removing some of the most important limitations of the current,
    extrusion-based methods, so that not only small changes in topology between reference and target
    horizons may be handled properly, but also in attempting to tackle the issue of Y-faults in depth. }
    }